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Ch 13
What is the purpose of maintainability prediction? When are maintainability predictions accomplished in the life cycle?

How are preventive maintenance requirements determined? How are they justified? What is likely to occur if they are not properly justified?

What criteria are used in the selection of personnel for the demonstration of maintenance tasks? Define the criteria for the selection of test and support equipment.

Ch 14
Define what is meant by human factors. When in the system life cycle are human factors considered? Why is it important to consider human factors in design?

What effects on the human are likely to occur if the operator in performing his or her funtion is undertrained for the job? Overtrained? How would these effects likely influence system operation?

What are the possible uses and benefits of a mockup?

Ch 15
What factors should be considered in determining supply support requirements? Test and support equipment requirements? Personnel requirements? training requirements? Transportation and handling requirements? Facility requirements? Technical Data requirements?

How can Packaging design impact the reliability of a system (if at all)?

Describe total productive maintenance (TPM). What are the objectives of TPM?Metrics? How does it relate to ILS (if at all)?

Ch 16
Define producibility. Why is it important? When in the system life cycle should it be addressed?

Define Disposability. Why is it important? When in the system life cycleshould it be addressed? How does it relate to productibility?

What is meant by demanufacture? Provide some examples.

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